I posted the other day about an idea I’d had for a patch sheet for the molecule synth. Well I wasn’t entirely happy with the idea and decided to change it to make it more usable. I hope to have a version all sorted by the end of the week all things being equal.
The new version makes it a lot easier to use and work with and I plan to post it up to the Molecule synth forums too.
I’ve been meaning to cut this out and see what it actually looks like but I haven’t gotten to it as yet. I like the idea of paper model synths, and whilst foldify is an excellent app for general making of paper models it isn’t as good for synths. Really it just needs one or two templates to deal with keyboards and it would be amazing.
I hope the people at Foldify listen up.
The OP-1 is an amazing piece of kit. These are just a few videos of me messing around with it.
It’s fair to say that the CZ101 I got the other day was in a poor state. In fact it was filthy. Having cleared it up and I found that it still worked after all these years. Even though it’s only a half sized keyboard and it’s got no velocity sensing, it’s still a nice bit of hardware.
With some of the modules in my molecule synth there are multiple inputs but none of them are labelled, so I thought I’d label mine up to make it easier to use. This is actually twice as much fun as I get to use a label machine too.
The only downside is that I can’t get the code for the MIDI module to load. I’m sure it’ll get sorted soon enough though.
Just a few shots of my new meeblip synth and trying it out in a variety of ways.
It’s just one of those subjects that’s been there in the back of my mind for a long time, and when I saw that SOS had a feature on modulars I knew I had to get a copy and see what they had to say.
After a quick glance it looks like it’s a good thorough piece, which is probably a bad thing in many ways as it’ll mean I more likely to get hooked.
Oh dear …